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Evicted: “The Red Ants broke into people’s shacks”

February 27, 2019
ANA   News   Water & Sanitation  

A few days before Christmas, while residents of a farm behind Cradlestone Mall were at work, the notorious Red Ants marched onto the land and tore down their homes.

Angry contractors leave a school without toilets

April 17, 2018
News   OurHealth   Water & Sanitation  

LIMPOPO – While most of the schools damaged during demarcation protests in Vuwani have been renovated, Frank Mukhaswakule Primary School in Mashau village has been left with unfinished classrooms, dilapidated old pit toilets and dangerous holes on the school grounds.

Municipality fails to address poor sanitation

April 13, 2018
News   OurHealth   Water & Sanitation  

EASTERN CAPE – For the people of Flagstaff access to basic sanitation services remains a massive and ongoing challenge, and even the municipal efforts underway to address the problem are failing.

400 toilets for rural villagers in Limpopo

December 22, 2017
OurHealth   Rural Health   Water & Sanitation  

LIMPOPO – The provision of 400 toilets for the residents of Mavhunga village, outside Louis Trichard, has brought an end to years of struggle.

Water throttling for municipalities that owe Rand Water

June 8, 2017
OurHealth   Water & Sanitation  

Rand water has recently lowered the pressure on the water supply to communities under the Emfuleni and Merafong municipalities in Gauteng.

Villagers go thirsty despite promises of help

May 16, 2017
News   OurHealth   Water & Sanitation  

LIMPOPO – Long delays, technical difficulties, ongoing investigations and empty promises continue to leave the rural villagers of Vhembe without water.

Water project to benefit thirsty villagers

April 21, 2017
News   Water & Sanitation  

The water stricken villagers of Ha-Mabila, outside of Tshilamba in Limpopo are set to benefit from boreholes which are drilled at a local school.